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I also strongly recommend visiting and typing in "Deaf" as a search topic. (Please don't e-mail me asking if I know of any others because if I knew about them, I'd put them here).
Our organization places dogs all over the United States.VRC also serves as a world-wide resource for members of the deaf, hard of hearing, and late-deafened communities seeking to locate realtime and/or captioning services.Nurse Week's Hearing Loss: the Hidden Epidemic -- written by two RN's who are hearing impaired (their terminology); the article gives a good description of adult onset hearing loss; although is scant on the concept of being culturally Deaf.These bibliographies were mainly for my own research purposes way, way back in 1995-98.I recoded the general bibliography to include a general reading list. on this site and that was way off" -- Monica Vance These are the only scholarships that I know of.The dogs help assist with alerting a person to sounds in their home and working environment." USA: National Center to Improve Practice (NCIP) in Special Education through Technology, Media and Materials -- "promotes the effective use of technology to enhance education outcomes for students with sensory, cognitive, physical, and social/emotional disabilities USA: a website devoted to providing resourceful information for a number of topics in education and disabilities and disorders ...
with an information page for Usher syndrome including signs & symptoms, history & cause, Usher Syndrome I, II & III, support services, special education schools & books for the genetic impairment.
To subscribe send a request to and then in the body of the letter type SUBSCRIBE EDUDEAF.
-- Courtesy of Ted Mc Donald The TERPS-L mailing list (for Interpreters whose Working Languages include a Signed Language) can be accessed by sending an e-mail message to with the message body saying "SUBSCRIBE TERPS-L FIRSTNAME LASTNAME". "Beyond hearing" appears to be a mailing list for hard of hearing, late deaf, and other folks.
The Deaf Resource Library ( is a virtual library -- an online collection of reference material and links intended to educate and inform people about Deaf cultures in Japan and the United States; as well as deaf and hard of hearing related topics.
While I have a bias towards cultural Deaf models, I have tried to include more material about hard of hearing issues as well.
The Deaf Resource Library was created in 1995 and is being maintained by myself, Karen Nakamura.